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Photographers
Galería CURRO presented Mexican photographer Mauricio Alejo at ZⓈONAMACO FOTO
Galería CURRO presented Mexican photographer Mauricio Alejo at ZⓈONAMACO FOTO
Galería CURRO presented in August 2018 his exciting series of self-conscious photographic images highlighting the process and labor of their own...
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Interviews
Interview with Gary Arndt
Interview with Gary Arndt
Gary Arndt has been traveling around the world for the past eleven years. We asked him a few questions about his trips and his successful travel blog...
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News
Fábio Miguel Roque: Silence and Desassossego
Fábio Miguel Roque: Silence and Desassossego
My path in photography began some time ago, and went through the most varied challenges, from the search of my own (photographic) identity to the...
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Interviews
Interview with Iolo Adams
Interview with Iolo Adams
I've always been interested in a lot of genres of creativity, but when I became more exposed to the world of photography through album covers, fashion...
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News
4x5 Photo Fest 2018 with Eli Reed
4x5 Photo Fest 2018 with Eli Reed
Whether you're a freelancer, seasoned professional, intern, emerging photographer or business owner looking to connect with photographers - 4x5 Photo...
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News
Book Signing Susan Meiselas at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space
Book Signing Susan Meiselas at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space
Photo-eye Bookstore is proud to welcome Susan Meiselas for a book signing on Friday, August 3rd from 4-5:30 pm. Meiselas will be signing copies of her...
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News
Book Review: TJ Norris "Shooting Blanks"
Book Review: TJ Norris "Shooting Blanks"
TJ Norris, in "Shooting Blanks" the culmination of more than ten years spent roaming America, cataloguing its gradual disintegration, places his gaze...
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Photographers
Photographic Proprioception & Perception!
Photographic Proprioception & Perception!
One day in May, not long ago, I pulled my car aside, parking on Columbus Drive, in Chicago, a few meters from my old haunts, The Art Institute, to...
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Interviews
Interview with Brad Patocka
Interview with Brad Patocka
Whenever asked what prompted my interest into this world of photography, I like to tell people I'm a sucker for aesthetics, and that is the basis of...
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Interviews
Interview with Denis Dailleux
Interview with Denis Dailleux
It was while returning from my village, where during the summer I had photographed its inhabitants and among them my great-aunt Juliette, that I met...
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Interviews
Interview with Alain Schroeder
Interview with Alain Schroeder
I was 18 and I spent a lot of time at the library reading fine art books. When I had seen all the books they had about painting, the librarian gave me...
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Unsorted
Art Shay: The Fountain of Evocation!
Art Shay: The Fountain of Evocation!
At a time when many a photographer's reliance on equipment and software is incessant and endemic, Art Shay maintained his curmudgeonly simplicity, as...
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Interviews
Interview with Tariq Zaidi Winner of All About Photo Awards 2018
Interview with Tariq Zaidi Winner of All About Photo Awards 2018
I am extremely humbled and very honored to have been awarded All About Photo's 2018 Photographer of the Year. Thank you, AAP and the Jury panel for...
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Events
An Evening with Dan Winters
An Evening with Dan Winters
APA San Diego is very proud to welcome acclaimed photographer Dan Winters. Join us for a special event including a photographic talk and presentation...
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Photographers
Photography Workshop by Klavdij Sluban
Photography Workshop by Klavdij Sluban
An exceptional workshop in Slovenia with Klavdij Sluban, a French photographer of Slovenian origin, renowned internationally. He has been exhibiting...
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Amazing Photographers who left us in 2017
Amazing Photographers who left us in 2017
Each year All About Photo commemorates the amazing photographers we lost in 2017, celebrating their lives and paying tribute to their contribution to...
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Photographers
The Playground Series: Francisco Diaz & Deb Young
The Playground Series: Francisco Diaz & Deb Young
The International Collaboration Project founded by Francisco Diaz (USA) and Deb Young (New Zealand) bring global artists together in a virtual...
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Summer Workshop 2018 with Arja Hyytiaainen
Summer Workshop 2018 with Arja Hyytiaainen
We all meet a lot of people, especially when you attend festivals, opening receptions and so on but some encounters are more significant than others....
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Guillaume Robin: Along the Mekong
Guillaume Robin: Along the Mekong
I receive a lot of portfolios throughout the year at All About Photo. Most of the time, I put them aside, overwhelmed by the quantity of things to do,...
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Evan Bedford: Cuba
Evan Bedford: Cuba
It's my favorite time of year...no, not the holidays, but Critical Mass. And no, that's not a massive bike ride where some of the people are riding...
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Shannon Johnstone: Stardust and Ashes
Shannon Johnstone: Stardust and Ashes
I first saw Shannon Johnstone's photographs when I was jurying PhotoLucida's Critical Mass back in 2010. RayKo Photo Center happened to be hosting...
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Photographers
JP Terlizzi: Los Angeles Center for Photography
JP Terlizzi: Los Angeles Center for Photography
When I was jurying The Creative Portrait show for the Los Angeles Center for Photography a few weeks ago, I saw the picture of a woman's black and...
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Kent Krugh: Speciation
Kent Krugh: Speciation
I reviewed Krugh's latest portfolio at PhotoLucida this year and here were objects and images that piqued my curiosity. Here were all my favorite...
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Photographers
Aaron Hardin: The 13th Spring
Aaron Hardin: The 13th Spring
In the spring of my junior year of college, I took a course called, "Southern Contemporary Fiction." Haunting works by William Faulkner, Eudora Welty,...
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Norm Diamond What Is Left Behind: Stories From Estate Sales
Norm Diamond What Is Left Behind: Stories From Estate Sales
I first met Norm Diamond at the PhotoLucida portfolio reviews in Portland, Oregon, in 2015. He had a number of prints of beautiful still lifes and...
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Photographers
Argus Paul Estabrook: Losing Face
Argus Paul Estabrook: Losing Face
While jurying PhotoLucida's Critical Mass, I found some images that had the energy of Ernst Haas' photographs of motion, but these weren't color and...
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Takayuki Narita: Rose Garden
Takayuki Narita: Rose Garden
Takayuki Narita's project, "Rose Garden," at first reminded me of Martin Parr's "Last Resort" for a moment in the way he used the flash in the sun,...
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Nicolò Sertorio: (DIS)CONNECTED
Nicolò Sertorio: (DIS)CONNECTED
Nicolò Sertorio in his portfolio 'DisConnected' explores different aspects of landscapes in a counterpoint of bridging the gap between opposites...
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Dotan Saguy: Venice Beach Culture
Dotan Saguy: Venice Beach Culture
When I lived in Maine and I would travel the 3,000+ miles to Los Angeles, I would often head straight to Venice Beach from the airport. It seemed like...
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Jamie Johnson: Irish Travellers
Jamie Johnson: Irish Travellers
I don't usually find myself drawn to pictures of children. Actually, it's become a bit of tendency when I'm jurying or critiquing and I see those...
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Julie Renée Jones: Umbra
Julie Renée Jones: Umbra
Sometimes I forget, when I'm looking through thousands of images, why I love photography and what attracted me to it in the first place. The light....
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Interviews
Maureen Drennan Meet Me in the Green Glen, Island Kingdom and the sea that surrounds us
Maureen Drennan Meet Me in the Green Glen, Island Kingdom and the sea that surrounds us
I first met Maureen Drennan at Review Santa Fe in 2010. She had a secret project about a pot farm back when marijuana was illegal in California and...
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Simon Martin: Cadets
Simon Martin: Cadets
While looking through the nearly 800 portfolio submissions for Aint-Bad Magazine's curator's issue, I discovered British photographer Simon Martin's...
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Tribute to Robert Delpire (1926-2017)
Tribute to Robert Delpire (1926-2017)
Robert Delpire, the incredible French publisher, curator and editor, died on September 26 in Paris. He was 91. During his extraordinary career,...
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Photographers
Jeff Rich Watershed: The Tennessee River
Jeff Rich Watershed: The Tennessee River
My work on this project began on On December 22nd 2008, the failure of a containment pond dyke spilled 5.4 million cubic yards of coal ash belonging...
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Bill Finger: Transit of Venus
Bill Finger: Transit of Venus
Using the Voyager Space Probes as a metaphor, Transit of Venus is an exploration of the human desire to search beyond one's self. While embracing the...
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Laena Wilder: Zanzibar Memoir
Laena Wilder: Zanzibar Memoir
My first trip to Zanzibar was in 1993, I had just spent three months traveling overland through Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and only intended to stay...
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Jenny Sampson Book: Skaters - Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders
Jenny Sampson Book: Skaters - Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders
Skateboarding culture is exceptionally well-documented, and yet, the catalog of images is almost completely without portraiture... until now. In...
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Jake Mein: Six for Gold
Jake Mein: Six for Gold
In 1998, I found myself in New Zealand, a world away from coastal Maine where I had been living. Glaciers extending to the road, fjords and mountains...
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Michal Greenboim: Orchard Trail
Michal Greenboim: Orchard Trail
In April, I was reviewing portfolios at PhotoLucida in Portland, Oregon, and there at my table was an unassuming young woman who I initially thought...
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Photographers
Priya Kambli: Buttons for Eyes
Priya Kambli: Buttons for Eyes
My artwork is intrinsically tied to my own family's photographic legacy. At age 18, I moved from India to the United States, a couple of years after...
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C.J. Pressma: Evidence
C.J. Pressma: Evidence
In 1972 I was watching the Fellini film, Roma, and was captivated by splashes of light involving sparks from a street car at night. That scene with...
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Michelle Rogers Pritzl: Not Waving But Drowning
Michelle Rogers Pritzl: Not Waving But Drowning
Not Waving But Drowning is a look inside an Evangelical marriage. These images show the truth of a life lived in the confines of oppressive gender...
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David Pace: Sur La Route
David Pace: Sur La Route
Sur La Route (French for "On The Road") is a series of portraits taken outside the house where I live along the narrow dirt path that stretches from...
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Ben Huff: Atomic Island, Adak
Ben Huff: Atomic Island, Adak
I first met Ben Huff in 2011 in China of all places. There was an international photography festival there, through the lush valleys and surreal...
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Diane Pierce "The Accidental Photograph" and "Thinking About Drawing"
Diane Pierce "The Accidental Photograph" and "Thinking About Drawing"
The quick capture of an image and the passage of time over its manipulation is combined in my series "The Accidental Photograph." With the...
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Alnis Stakle: Ilgas
Alnis Stakle: Ilgas
One of my favorite things about jurying an international competition is discovering photographers that I would never encountered otherwise. I've...
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Jess T. Dugan: Every Breath We Drew
Jess T. Dugan: Every Breath We Drew
Every Breath We Drew explores the power of identity, desire, and connection through portraits of myself and others. Working within the framework of...
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Anna Beeke: At Sea
Anna Beeke: At Sea
The once romantic notion of travelling the ocean to distant and exotic lands has become an accessible and affordable way to vacation thanks to cruise...
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Evie Aarons: Homelife
Evie Aarons: Homelife
Being housebound means enduring an ongoing shift between reality and the surreal. The safety of objects; plants, books, television, the internet, wrap...
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Kathryn Allen Hurni: House of Surprises/Twinsburg
Kathryn Allen Hurni: House of Surprises/Twinsburg
Throughout every stage of photography exists the act of encountering. As a photographer I'm confronted by my vision, or particular desire to...
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Daniel George: Nobody Wanted
Daniel George: Nobody Wanted
In the American West, vast areas of remote, arid terrain were disregarded by early settlers and described as "the lands nobody wanted." In the Upper...
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Cody Cobb: West
Cody Cobb: West
These photographs were made while roaming the American West in search of true solitude. It's a search that's becoming more of a challenge as...
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News
The 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners!
The 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners!
With great excitement, we announce the 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners! Winners will be featured in Lenscratch Daily in the coming days and will...
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Photographers
Jacqueline Walters "Poetics of the Landscape" and "Here and Elsewhere"
Jacqueline Walters "Poetics of the Landscape" and "Here and Elsewhere"
It might be close to a decade ago that Jacqueline Walters walked into RayKo Photo Center. At the time, she had a small box of prints tucked under her...
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Events
Book Signing: Arthur Meyerson’s new monograph The Journey
Book Signing: Arthur Meyerson’s new monograph The Journey
The Journey is a photographic autobiography revealing Arthur Meyerson's approach to photography as well as presenting images from his commercial work,...
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Photographers
Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces and Transplants
Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces and Transplants
Hair Pieces explores the fickle relationship most have with their body hair. We consider some hair very desirable and grow and groom it with care,...
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Laura Parker: Artist talk and exhibition closing
Laura Parker: Artist talk and exhibition closing
I first saw Laura Parker's work at Review LA. This was a portfolio review run by the great folks at Center who also organize Review Santa Fe. Review...
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Hermand-Grisel Sea Sketches celebrated at The Los Angeles Center of Photography.
Hermand-Grisel Sea Sketches celebrated at The Los Angeles Center of Photography.
The Los Angeles Center of Photography just opened its doors to the Second Annual Fine Art Exhibition, aka "Singular point of view 2017". From May 19th...
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Cromwell Schubarth
Cromwell Schubarth
Cromwell Schubarth was one of the first photographers to submit Polaroid images to the show. I had noted each time I saw him that he was wearing a...
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Pamela Gentile: Portrait of a Film Festival
Pamela Gentile: Portrait of a Film Festival
Photographer Pamela Gentile first began photographing at local San Francisco music venues, including the Warfield and the Fillmore, and on tour with...
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Bill Vaccaro: "Jesus Is On The Mainline" & "The Magic Hedge"
Bill Vaccaro: "Jesus Is On The Mainline" & "The Magic Hedge"
As I grew older and began to question my religious teachings, I became more and more fascinated by the idea of Jesus and Christianity as a...
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Interviews
Interview Ann Jastrab and Sandrine Hermand-Grisel
Interview Ann Jastrab and Sandrine Hermand-Grisel
Taylor Nam journalist at ViewFind asked Ann Jastrab and Sandrine Hermand-Grisel a few questions about their background and All About Photo Awards...
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Annette LeMay Burke: Fauxliage
Annette LeMay Burke: Fauxliage
Fauxliage documents the prolific disguised cell towers in the American West. I was initially drawn to their peculiar appearance; I then found it...
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Elisabeth Ajtay
Elisabeth Ajtay
The moon drawings are a byproduct of my process of working on the moon alphabet. The latter I started while waiting for my visa. Originally, I was so...
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Michael Weitzman: Morph
Michael Weitzman: Morph
The toy camera is a simple recording device with an emphasis on fun and imperfection. It allows me to be deeply absorbed in a far away place and time...
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Events
Selected photographers and images from Art Wynwood
Selected photographers and images from Art Wynwood
The opening reception at Art Wynwood was packed! It seemed that all the VIPs of Miami wanted to be there. To see or to be seen that is another...
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Stephen Albair: Hidden Gardens - Secret Views
Stephen Albair: Hidden Gardens - Secret Views
Stephen's painstakingly created dioramas take me into his world, just far enough, and then I am left to discover what has happened. Each artist has a...
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Events
Light Sensitive 2017 at Art Intersection
Light Sensitive 2017 at Art Intersection
Needless to say, I was thrilled when Alan Fitzgerald from the Art Intersection in Gilbert, Arizona, asked me to jury the 2017 Light Sensitive...
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Peter Wiklund: Mankind and everything after
Peter Wiklund: Mankind and everything after
Peter Wiklund from Sweden started with photography in the mid 80's and has ever since experimented with a lot of techniques and cameras. Nowadays, he...
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Akira Seo: Flowers and Phototaxis
Akira Seo: Flowers and Phototaxis
Akira Seo was born in Tokyo, Japan. After working as a director for a satellite broadcasting station for 4 years in Japan, he moved to the U.S.A. in...
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Daniel Grant: Remembered Landscapes And My Affair with Diana
Daniel Grant: Remembered Landscapes And My Affair with Diana
The soft focus and timeless quality is the perfect tool to reclaim his past and also to document the passing landscape as he traveled to and from his...
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Events
Becoming Photographs by Rania Matar
Becoming Photographs by Rania Matar
Becoming is a continuum of Rania Matar's work from the past several years, and it's a feast to view her multiple projects together. Through this...
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Alex Ramos: Railroads
Alex Ramos: Railroads
As a child growing up in Berkeley, California, I was fascinated by the late night passage of the once daily Amtrak Coast Starlight race through town...
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Beverly Conley -  Life in the Ozarks: An Arkansas Portrait
Beverly Conley - Life in the Ozarks: An Arkansas Portrait
There's this picture of a woman enveloped in steam, standing in a yard where just visible in the mist are big white chickens and a distant paddock and...
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Events
Workshop: Arja Hyytiainen - Pied Dore
Workshop: Arja Hyytiainen - Pied Dore
The five days at Pied Dore (12th July to 16th of July) situated on the countryside of Vendee, will focus on a ongoing project and/or the primary...
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Best-Ofs
10 amazing photographers who left us in 2016
10 amazing photographers who left us in 2016
Each year All About Photo commemorates the amazing photographers we lost in 2016, celebrating their lives and paying tribute to their contribution to...
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Johnna Arnold: Everywhere All Around
Johnna Arnold: Everywhere All Around
My favorite image to this day is one of a pair of intertwined greasy onions rings that look like the cosmos. Transformed. That's what these items are....
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Ashley Valmere Fischer: "Dark Sun" and "Petri Dish"
Ashley Valmere Fischer: "Dark Sun" and "Petri Dish"
Growing up in various different locations and cultures, Ashley learned to use the camera as a way to explore undiscovered places or to build her own....
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Jared Ragland
Jared Ragland
These gritty black and white photographs of methamphetamine users in rural Alabama stopped us. There is a grace to these images, like the boy in the...
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In Memoriam: Steve Harper
In Memoriam: Steve Harper
Legendary night photographer and Educator, Steve Harper passed away this summer in Colorado, at age 85. Steve was a pioneer in the study of Night...
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Vanessa Marsh: Falling
Vanessa Marsh: Falling
Tonight I stood under a shower of hundreds of thousands of red paper hearts that flew up into the sky like an unpredictable swarm of birds and then...
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Marcus Haydock: Insurrection
Marcus Haydock: Insurrection
Sometimes there are pictures that stay in your mind's eye. Long after you've experienced them. There is one by Marcus Haydock, an image of a girl...
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David J. Carol: No Plan B, Photographs from 1993-2016
David J. Carol: No Plan B, Photographs from 1993-2016
There's something about that image of the schooner, fully rigged, sailing across the sea behind a shingled house. I've looked at this picture a...
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Takeshi Moro: Wannsee in Berliner Blau
Takeshi Moro: Wannsee in Berliner Blau
Yesterday I met with Takeshi Moro. It was a different day and it wasn't just the rain in the midst of the drought in California. I've looked at...
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Misha Petrov: Rocket Man
Misha Petrov: Rocket Man
Maybe it's this: the silver chill of the cold, bleak winters of my childhood that lasted for months and months on end. Maybe that's what made me stop...
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Lissa Rivera: Beautiful Boy
Lissa Rivera: Beautiful Boy
Beautiful Boy is an ongoing project that began as a confession between two friends. On the subway one evening, my friend shared that he had worn...
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Jonas Kulikauskas: Yosemite People
Jonas Kulikauskas: Yosemite People
I was inspired to explore this "city" and bring my street photography to the wilderness. I shot 150 rolls of black and white film during nineteen...
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Tariq Zaidi: Cattle of Kings - The Mundari of South Sudan
Tariq Zaidi: Cattle of Kings - The Mundari of South Sudan
Tariq Zaidi has spent the last 10 years photographing tribal and indigenous people in over 30 countries in Africa. He has just returned from South...
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Ernie Button: Vanishing Spirits, The Dried Remains of Single Malt Scotch
Ernie Button: Vanishing Spirits, The Dried Remains of Single Malt Scotch
I'm in China right now, roaming the streets of the ancient walled city of Pingyao while attending the Pingyao International Photo Festival (the oldest...
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Michael Joseph: Lost and Found
Michael Joseph: Lost and Found
Earlier this year, I met Michael Joseph at Fotofest in Houston, Texas. He had big, haunting portraits of young people who were wandering the country,...
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Justyna Mielnikiewicz: A Ukraine runs through it
Justyna Mielnikiewicz: A Ukraine runs through it
My story explores modern Ukraine in turmoil with the Dnieper river as a metaphor of present split in the country. It documents how the mixed ethnic...
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Atsuko Morita: Project 365
Atsuko Morita: Project 365
Photography is the closest thing we have to a time machine. Film imprints moments from a past time. Our memories are created from imprints of these...
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Polly Gaillard: December and Everything After
Polly Gaillard: December and Everything After
December and Everything After is a project about my aging parents, and more recently, about the steady decline in my mother's health since she was...
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Nicole Jean Hill: Unarmed
Nicole Jean Hill: Unarmed
Unarmed features a community of amateur fighters in northern California. The photographs give reverence to the primal humanness of this pursuit. These...
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Hilary Duffy: La Isla
Hilary Duffy: La Isla
Now we've all seen pictures from Cuba. Maybe some of us have seen so many that we're desensitized to images from that country. When we see an old car...
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Lauren Welles: Coney Island
Lauren Welles: Coney Island
This quote is a perfect description of what we see in Lauren Welles' photographs of Coney Island. She recently entered a show called "With Our Own...
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Horia Manolache: "Chairs" and "The Prince and The Pauper"
Horia Manolache: "Chairs" and "The Prince and The Pauper"
The portrait was awful but an idea was born after seeing a white chair with a broken arm. What if this chair would be a woman? What age would she be?...
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Bruce Morton: Forgottonia
Bruce Morton: Forgottonia
We were both staring at this slice of mankind and thinking, well here is America and all we are and all we are not. This scene with this anonymous...
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No Child Left Behind: Victoria Mara Heilweil
No Child Left Behind: Victoria Mara Heilweil
My first hand experience of being excessively micro managed when I was an instructor at a certain college, and shock at how little funds my daughter's...
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